Diaspora Justice In Kenyan Courts: Share Your Experience With Chief Justice Maraga


Do you have a case pending in Kenyan courts whose resolution you are unhappy with? Are your legal issues taking too long to be resolved in Kenya’s courts?

Have you been inconvenienced or frustrated by Kenya’s courts or legal system for that matter? Or perhaps you are satisfied with the Judicial process and would like to share; whatever your legal issue is, you have a historic opportunity to be heard by none other than the Head of Kenya’s Judiciary.

As you may already be aware, the Association of Kenyan Diaspora Organizations, Inc. (www.akdoi.org) in collaboration with the Kenyan Women in the US (KWITU) are hosting the 2018 KENYA DIASPORA CONFERENCE on May 25 and 26 at the University of Texas – Dallas. We are greatly honored that Chief Justice and President of the Supreme Court of Kenya Justice David Kenani Maraga will be the Keynote speaker, a first in the history of Kenya for a seating Chief Justice.

In readiness for the Conference Justice Maraga has asked that Kenyans in the Diaspora share with him your concerns or even compliments about your experiences with this critically vital branch of government.

This is an opportunity for the Diaspora to engage directly the Chief Justice on matters that you care about. To that end, this is a survey that seeks to highlight those issues and to give the CJ’s office the opportunity to research the issues before his visit so he can address these issues directly.

The information you provide will be used for research of your outstanding cases by the CJ’s office, you provide the information you are most comfortable, your information will be treated with UTMOST CONFIDENTIALITY.

Please submit your responses by May 1, 2018 to allow the CJ’s office to research and review your particular case.Click the link below to participate:


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